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Solaris versions

Hi,
Does anyone know if the various releases of Solaris are archived anywhere? I work for a DR company and it would be useful to have different releases of a Solaris version number i.e. Solaris 10 6/06
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Hi,
Does anyone know if the various releases of Solaris are archived anywhere? I work for a DR company and it would be useful to have different releases of a Solaris version number i.e. Solaris 10 6/06
If you are a commercial company then you should be asking Sun directly.
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find in

/etc/release
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I work for a DR company and it would be useful to have different releases of a Solaris version number i.e. Solaris 10 6/06
I interpreted the question want copies of the releases, as a commercial company he should ask Sun.
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